- Paul Gutierrez, ESPN Staff Writer
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A house of redemption? Two years ago, the Raiders' locker room was filled with tears after Oakland’s last-second win the day after Al Davis’ death. This time, it was the scene of a raucous celebration. Undrafted rookie Matt McGloin was the last one in the locker room, and he was greeted with salutes, cheers and a game ball.
Holding court: McGloin had already spoken at the lectern in a side room, so who better to command the attention of the media than his former college teammate, center Stefen Wisniewski? Li’l Wiz waxed poetic about the former walk-on’s tenacity.
Oh we, oh we, oh: Rashad Jennings, fresh from his 80-yard touchdown run and career-high 150 rushing yards, rocked the suit of the year, a crushed velvet-esque purple (rain?) number. Or, as @SalSilva2 wondered, did he “raid morris day’s closet?”
What is bliss? Linebacker Kevin Burnett was the last one to conduct an interview and was expansive at times, unaware at others, like when he said he did not remember his key fourth-quarter tackle. Or when he did not know about the Al Davis game two years ago.